Tag: gospel

What I Learned From Exodus Groups

Luke Simmons / July 31, 2018
exodus groups, gospel

Exodus Groups has been a small but crucial ministry at Gateway for nearly 5 years. It doesn’t always get tons of promotion, but […]

6 Takeaways From T4G

Luke Simmons / April 18, 2018
gospel, love, spiritual growth, unity

Last week I had the privilege of attending the Together for the Gospel conference in Louisville, Kentucky. Molly joined me, as did Seth […]

5 Reasons EVERY Person at Gateway Should Serve a Season with Kids

Mark Andress / February 23, 2017
gospel, humility, kids

Redemption Kids is a crucial ministry to the life of our church. Every weekend there are dozens of volunteers who give of their […]

Christmas: Jesus Did What You Can’t

Matthew Braselton / December 15, 2016
gospel, jesus

Recently, an LDS friend shared a tool his church is using this Christmas season to encourage Christ-like behavior in its members. It is […]

Tuesday Mind Dump (7/12/16)

Luke Simmons / July 12, 2016
culture, gospel, mind dump

Well, I’m back at it after a few weeks of vacation. Went to Toledo, Ohio to visit Molly’s family. Such a fun time […]

How to Lose Your Focus (in 3 Steps)

Luke Simmons / May 27, 2016
gospel, jesus, mission, titus

In my sermon on Sunday, we talked about how the successful mission of the church demands focus. In a city that ranks #9 […]

We’re Always Being Trained, So Let’s Be Trained by Grace

Sean Mortenson / May 5, 2016
all of life, gospel, titus

Titus 2:11 tells us that “the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation for all people, TRAINING us…” That word training seems to […]

Dying to Self

Luke Simmons / April 21, 2016
all of life, gospel, humility, spiritual practices

Some years ago, I was serving as a volunteer small group leader in a college ministry. Our volunteer “staff” was a multi-generational group […]